Ukranian broadcaster NTU has published the names of the 20 finalists to compete at national final for Junior Eurovision 2013, some songs have been lacked on the social network Vkontakhe:
- Inessa Gritsaenko
- Hristina Tkachuk – Mama
- Erik Saharian
- Duet “Radiosim’ya”
- Sofia Kutsenko (Kyiv)
- Andriy Boyko – Lyubov u Kozhnomu
- Anna Vagabova – Happy Life
- Alim Khakimov
- Kirill Sokolov – Divchinka-Schastya
- Yana Guruliova – Oi ty, Vitre
- Band Kapriz
- Sofia Kutsenko (Kharkiv) – Rozpovid
- Trio “Bon Appetite”
- Band “Co.Mix”
- Dmitry Ludanniy – Zasinay
- Adelina Logvynenko
- Ivnna Orlyuk – Chekayu
Two more finalist are the winners of the First National Project “Music Academy of Eurovision”:
- Polina Andreeva – Tvoya Zemlya
- Sofia Tarasova
The 20 finalists were chosen among 53 semi-finalists by a professional jury: Vladislav Baginskiy (NTU), Victoriya Romanova (Ukranian head of delegation), Mikhail Nekrasov (arranger, composer and producer, composer of “Gravity” – Eurovision 2012 and winner song “Wild Dances” – Eurovision 2004) and Alla Popova (singer and TV host).
All finalists are going to spend some days with special preparations, coachers and activities in the International Children’s Center in Artek where the national final will take place on Augus 2nd, 2013.
4 thoughts on “Junior Eurovision: Ukranian finalists published!”
That’s strange, when I click on that link, Facebook gives me a warning:
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I have filed a report about this error. Here is what I said to Facebook:
“I have never seen anything abusive on this site, it is a site about the Eurovision Song Contest and the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The article above simply informs people about the performers who have qualified for the Ukrainian National Final that selects their representative in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2013.
“There is nothing offensive in the article at all. This was clearly blocked by someone with malicious intent.”
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I agree, I can’t find anything abusive (or even that could be mistaken for being abusive) anywhere on that page. Facebook is wrong with the warning.
erik saharian is armenian?